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the biggest cab company in los angeles. >> you want to ban the competition. >> we're not trying to ban the competition. what we would like is to be competing with companies that follow the rules. >> but the lift cars have to meet safety standards. >> whose safety standards? >> the state's. >> they're lensed as private vehicles. there's no safety standards there. this is the honor system. >> actually it's something better than the honor system. >> if i'm checking my app and this driver has been credit seated by his passengers, that's not the honor system. that's the world policing him. >> that's all after the fact. >> in washington, dc, bureaucrats got so upset with car sharing businesses they did sting operations. today, however, d.c. tolerates services like lift. they became too popular for regulators to strangle. there's no evidence that regulated cabs are safer. >> in new york, licensed cab driver jumped a curb, hit a woman and admitted, i shouldn't be driving. that doesn't cry out for less safety regulations, and it actually cries out for more vigorous enforcement of the safety reg
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